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Aug 1, 2008:

Believe or not but old methods and techniques used to access blocked websites such as web proxies, proxy tools and Hex converters are of no use anymore as the ISPs have become more vigilant than ever.

However, using a service called WebToMail (discovered by Blogote), users can still get access to blocked web pages directly via email.

WebToMail is very easy to use and can be used by any user who is able to send and receive email messages.

It works in 3 easy steps:

  1. Send a mail with the URL of the web page as subject to send@webtomail.co.cc
  2. Waita few minutes while we make the work of fetching the web page
  3. Receive the web in your mail account, simple and very easy

This method of accessing web pages via Email makes use of no proxy and does not ask you to install any tools to bypass ISP filters. It can be used anywhere, anytime and without any limits.

Alternatively if you want to access the content of a blog which is blocked by your ISP, you can try subscribing to its email feed for free.

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Pavan Kumar August 2, 2008 at 6:52 am

A nice workout…

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About Online Tips August 6, 2008 at 2:32 pm

great tip…the web page is just read only?? if I click any link on webpage I don’t think it will work out..

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raj October 14, 2008 at 10:44 pm

how i can use proxy address to open blocked websites because evrytime i use it i am not able even to access internet

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Syed January 18, 2009 at 6:04 pm

for all of you guys above all the tips were goood but none of them worked i know this site
http://www.t9space.com
the site actually opens a blocked site inside it so no neeed for changing proxy and stuff although the results are not 100% but some thing is better than nothing
Cheers

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Shan March 16, 2009 at 10:38 am

I tried the website http://www.t9space.com in UAE & it has been blocked. Do you guys have any other suggestion to open blocked sites? As I dont want to install the proxy. Cheers.

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